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Ceiling-mounted imaging system2017-11-29T12:54:14+02:00

Ceiling-mounted imaging system

A hybrid operating room with a ceiling mounted angiography system requires about 85 m².  What makes the hybrid operating room special is that at least 10 m² is reserved for an adjacent technical and control room. To protect against x-ray radiation, all room-bordering components must be furnished with 1.5 – 2.0 mm of lead. Because of the high requirement for extremely bacteria-free and low turbulence air in the operating area, the operating room must be equipped with an LAF outlet. It should be designed in such a way that the completely dressed operation team plus all instrument tables fit within the protective area of the LAF outlet. In this example, the standard size, 3,200 mm x 3,200 mm, does not cover the required field so that the size of the LAF ceiling panel should be 3,500 mm x 3,200 mm.

The operating table should be located in the center of the room, and configured with a table top made from carbon composite to accommodate all imaging methods; surgical lights are positioned above.

A duo ceiling anchor with an anesthetic connectivity arm and an x-ray protection screen is installed at the patient’s right side / head end. The foot end of the operating room is equipped with a surgical equipment pendant and a supply arm for anesthesia or perfusionist procedures. In the middle of the room, there are duo ceiling mounts positioned on the right and left hand side of the operating table top; the mounts bear the monitor arms for imaging / endoscopy procedures, x-ray screen as well as for the operation lights with special length of suspensions for Hybrid procedures. These kind of special length offers a light patch overall the table length for complex and flexible procedures.



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1. Maquet Variop wall elements

1.1. Hinged door, 1-leaf,

1.2. Signal light X-ray

1.3. Frameless glass elements with radiation protection

1.4. Wall air exhaust

1.5. Hinged door, 1-leaf

1.6. Flush integrated catheter cabinet

1.7. Flush integrated hatch cabinet

1.8. Clock, analog

1.9. Sliding door, 1-leaf

1.10. Control panel

1.11. 46“ monitor

1.12. Nurse workstation with 27“ monitor and keyboard

1.13. Medical gas outlets



Index Equipment

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2.1. Operating table system Maquet Magnus with carbon fiber table top

2.2. Anesthesia machine

2.3. Angiographic X-ray system (ceiling mounted)

2.4. Swivel stool

2.5. Anesthesia trolley

2.6. Aspirator (e.g. Twista SP 1070)

2.7. Bowl holder

2.8. Disposal unit

2.9. Waste collector

2.10. Equipment table

2.11. Mayo instrument stand

2.12. X-ray shielding

2.13. Dual ceiling supply unit (e.g. Maquet Moduevo) consisting of: surgical light (e.g. Maquet PowerLED 70) and a large screen holder

2.14. Dual ceiling supply unit (e.g. Maquet Moduevo) consisting of: a surgeon and a perfusionist ceiling supply unit

2.15. OR Integration System Tegris

2.16. Dual anchor consisting of: a single surgical light (Maquet PowerLED 50) and a Maquet Satelite anchor

2.17. Dual ceiling supply unit (e.g. Maquet Moduevo) consisting of: a anesthesia ceiling supply unit and a X-ray shielding

2.18. Air supply ceiling (LAF)

2.19. Room lights